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Causality Applicatoin Ontology: A Therory of Definition Derived From Analytical Meditation

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Causality Applicatoin Ontology: A Therory of Definition Derived From Analytical Meditation
Advancing the synthesis of Eastern mind science with Western physical science will require a robust and easy-to-traverse bridge between the atypical apprehensions within meditation to the typical apprehensions embodied in colloquial language. This requirement becomes inescapable as research moves beyond the documentation and elucidation of meditation’s therapeutic effect to the refinement of the therapeutic meditation instrument itself. One approach is to map attributes that are presumed to be causally associated with atypical apprehensions onto the output of biological tissue that could plausibly be casually related. The result presented demonstrates this approach. The Causality Application Ontology (CAO) is an abstraction from 9,798 systematic analytical meditations conducted over six years. All analytical meditations began with an English utterance and ended with a deep meditation experience. The CAO is presented as a theory of definition that models meaning as a biological ...
Samuel R Dismond III
Added 09 Apr 2011
Updated 09 Apr 2011
Type Others
Year 2011
Where NIPAM Monograph
Authors Samuel R Dismond III
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